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One Book One London: The Marrow Thieves

Please join us in reading The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline and by joining us for interesting related programs. Find out more about our next One Book One London selection on our One Book One London page.

One Book One London Launches November 26

Join as we launch our next One Book One London community reading initiative with a Medicine Wheel dedication ceremony, followed by the launch of the next book London will be reading together. Author and other special guests in attendance. Details:

Book Club

Discussion Questions


Topics and questions for leading a book club discussion for the title Etta and Otto and Russell and James by Emma Hooper are available on the

Events

One Book One London Final Celebration

You are invited to a Garden Party! As our thank-you to London for a great One Book One London experience, we are celebrating with live music, refreshments, and more! All are welcome! Even if you haven't read the book (yet), join us to celebrate the great experience we've had sharing a story as a community. 2 hour parking Citi Plaza with Library validation during Library hours.

September 7th, 6:30-8pm

About the Author

Author Emma Hopper

Emma Hooper is an author, musician and academic. Etta and Otto and Russell and James is her debut novel and is available in 18 languages. Emma plays viola, violin, vocals for clients that include BBC Film and Television, HBO Television, Peter Gabriel and Toni Braxton. As an academic and teacher at Bath Spa University in England, Emma’s research is in the field of musico-literary studies.